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Offering two vintage Wahl Eversharp Gold Seal pens for sale, both with very flexible nibs. I'm working on a grail pen and have also decided to switch to italic nibs exclusively so these beauties need a new home. 1. Wahl Eversharp Gold Seal *Decoband* Oversize -- $575 Nib: This pen features a huge 14kt nib marked "flexible." And it is very flexible. Filling system: Lever-filler (new sac.) Color: The colorway is the very attractive and deep gold/green marbling. It's bright, without any darkening or discoloration. General: The overall condition is very good, having been lightly restored (with a new sac) before I bought it at the Philadelphia Pen Show in early 2020. Very clean overall, and without any brassing on the cap bands and clip. Very minor on the sides of the lever, but not substantial or distracting. 2. Wahl Eversharp Gold Seal Fullsize -- $475 Nib: This pen features a large 14kt nib marked "flexible" that lives up to its name. Filling system: Lever-filler (new sac.) Color: This is the red coral colorway and is gorgeous. Very bright, without any discoloration, staining, or darkening. General: The pen is in excellent condition for its age, without any brassing, etc. Was lightly restored by Watch & Write boutique in Switzerland (from whom I bought it early in 2020.)
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Hello friends. I have a Gold Seal flat top that is refusing to let go of its personal point. I would like to replace the personal point, and have removed the section from the barrel without difficulty. But the personal point refuses to budge. I have: -ultrasonically cleaned the section in Koh-I-Noor pen cleaner (several times) -kept it immersed in clean water for days -used dry heat -tried hot water immersion (160 F) -tried leeching in Pen Potion #7 on several occasions, from the top and the bottom -immersed the entire section and part of the nib in Potion #7 for 48 hrs. No love so far.
Hallo, I own some Eversharp Dorics, few with Gold Seal nibs. In one of them the nib has a horizontal crack in the heart hole aeria. The replacement nib I bought on a stock exchange no longer has a good Iridium writing grain. Since my pens should be ready for writing, I am looking for a Gold Seal nib in good condition. Hansjürgen Something to look at, which delights the heart:
thewalkingfred posted a topic in Fountain & Dip Pens - First StopWhen helping my grandmother move some things we stumbled on 2 old fountain pens that belonged to my late grandfather. A Conklin Crescent Filler Trademark 40 and a Wahl Eversharp 14k Gold Seal. Neither is in working order but they may be easily repairable. I was hoping for some info on the two and maybe some advice on what to do with them. I they can be repaired we may keep them or sell 1 or both depending on how valuable they would be. The Conklin feels like it's made of black plastic (Bakelite?) with a zig-zag textured pattern on the pen and cap. The body of the pen has "CONKLIN CRESCENT
Wahl-Eversharp's haven't really been my thing in the past but I have what I think is quite a nice one on the way to me. It should be here tomorrow here are the auction pictures, its second from the left on the bottom of the first picture. It looks to me, with my limited knowledge of eversharps, like a full size Wahl-Eversharp Gold Seal in Rosewood. Can anyone who knows more offer any insight? I should be able to take better pics tomorrow. Get this, the lot was only $37.66 shipped! I'm trying (and failing) to not get too excited in case it is horribly damaged or something but I think this lot